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What the appearance of your dog's hair says about his health?

Discussion in 'Dog Health' started by wopetshop, Apr 24, 2018.

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    Believe it or not, your dog's hair says a lot more than you can imagine , because not only is it an aesthetic element, but it is truly a reflection of your dog's state of health.

    A dog with dull, weak hair, that falls in excess or with a bad smell can indicate that your dog is having problems, whether it is a disease, allergy or infection, among others.

    If you have noticed that your dog's hair does not look very good, we recommend checking this list to see if there are some variables that you can modify and thus help improve both your internal and external health:

    To brush has been said

    One way to make sure that your dog's fur stays in good condition is by brushing it. Each dog is different, so observe it and determine how often you should do it so that it is in optimal conditions. Our favorite brush is undoubtedly the Furminator and here we explain why .

    We are what we eat

    Food has a LOT to do with our health and also with that of our dogs. Therefore, we recommend that you look for a good quality food like this , as it is high in protein, which will make your dog's hair grow strong and silky.

    Out bugs!

    If your dog's hair does not look good, check it to see that it does not have traces of fleas or any other bug. To prevent them from appearing, you can use a few ampules like these that work against fleas and ticks. In case you detect that you already have bugs, it is advisable to go to the vet to help you know what is happening to your dog.

    Hairs, hairs, dog losing hairs!

    It is normal for all dogs to lose hair and, of course, there are dogs that lose more hair than others, but when the fall becomes excessive and, above all, when it had never been before, it is better to shop around veterinarian, maybe your dog may have a parasite or allergy.

    A little helper

    There are supplements based on fatty acids that promote good hair health of dogs, so you can give one to yours to help your dog improve (always remember to consult your trusted veterinarian before giving it to him). You can also bathe your dog with an oatmeal shampoo like this , as it is very kind to the skin of your dog and will leave your hair very nice.

    Waters with the wounds!

    If you notice any type of wound, areas with baldness, bugs, bad smells or any secretion on your dog's skin, immediately go to the vet to tell you what is happening with your dog and you can treat it as soon as possible.

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